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Blue Quill is close to everything: parks, green spaces, transit, major roadways, and maybe even home. Blue Quill is an southwest neighbourhood with options for everyone. From single family homes on quiet cul-de-sacs to affordable condos in a great location, Blue Quill has you covered. Blue Quill also brings something a little more intangible to the table: a true sense of community.

Neighbourhood Facts

Blue Quill is framed by 119 Street on the west (Blue Quill Estates lies just across the road), 111 Street on the east, 23 Avenue on the south, and a utility corridor north of Saddleback Road on the north (Saddleback weaves through the centre of the neighbourhood, providing a relatively quiet access road). This corridor contains

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A part of the beautiful North Saskatchewan River Valley, Cloverdale is a thriving established neighbourhood in Edmonton that boasts great transportation routes and incredible recreational spaces.

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Three major roadways, 98 Avenue, 99 Avenue, and Connors Road, run through Cloverdale. These roads connect residents to Downtown, Whyte Ave, and beyond. Within its boundaries are the Muttart Conservatory, Henrietta Muir Edwards Park, and Gallagher Park, the latter being home to the Edmonton Folk Music Festival each summer. Cloverdale will also be getting its own LRT stop in the near future, with Edmonton’s new Valley Line on the horizon.

Muttart Conservatory adjacent to the Cloverdale neighbourhood in Edmonton. Brought to you by Greater Edmonton Real Estate

The bautiful Muttart Conservatory and park grounds adjacent to the

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With Highway 16 running through Rural Parkland County, you’ll be ready to take off to the mountains in Jasper, or into Edmonton for some fun, easily and quickly. That is if you aren’t sticking around home and enjoying the great offerings of Rural Parkland County!

There are golf courses galore, lakes and campgrounds just a drive away, provincial parks and natural areas perfect for day trips with the family; if you love nature, you’ll love living here! Plus, it’s rural living with big city perks. Bordering Edmonton and containing Spruce Grove and Stony Plain, Rural Parkland County is a great place for your next home.

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Hamlets within Parkland County include Carvel, Duffield, Entwistle, Fallis, Gainford,

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ocated in Southwest Edmonton, Windermere is an up and coming neighbourhood great for families and nature lovers. It boasts many green spaces, plenty of walking paths, easy access to shopping, and large, newly-built homes.

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The homes in Windermere are mostly large, single detached homes on spacious lots, some of which overlook the North Saskatchewan River, one of the two golf courses, or other parks.

This vibrant neighbourhood is close to the Currents of Windermere, a one-stop shopping area with many banks, clothing stores, and popular restaurant chains, including Brown’s Socialhouse, and Edmonton’s only VIP Theatre. Windermere has two easily accessible K-9 schools: St. John XXIII (Catholic) and Dr.

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Are you looking for a move-in ready BUNGALOW in Leduc?  Here's a sneak peak at my new listing that will be hitting the market this week! This updated, upgraded and well maintained home offers over 1150sqft + a FULLY FINISHED BASEMENT. 3+1 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a massive, heated double attached garage! Some of the many features of this home include a custom designed kitchen, hardwood & tile floors, newer windows, new furnace (2016), shingles (2013) +++.  Contact me to get more details or to schedule a viewing and stay tuned for more pictures of this fantastic home.

Anna Tomczyk ~ REALTOR ~ MaxWell Progressive ~ Direct (780)982-5233

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McKernan is a mature neighbourhood in Edmonton that is home to many University of Alberta students, due to its proximity to the University. Of course, it's conveniently close to the University of Alberta Hospital as well. This charming neighbourhood gains much of its character from its older homes, large trees, and classic grid system. It is conveniently located near Old Strathcona, a popular area for students to spend their free time in.

Neighbourhood Facts

McKernan is bound on the east by 109 street, west by 114 street, north by University Avenue and south by 72 Avenue. McKernan has over double the city average of residents aged 20-29 at 40%. Over 50% of the residents are single, and 49% hold a University Certificate or

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Lendrum Place is a sought-after and established neighbourhood in southwest Edmonton. With its central location, Lendrum Place offers easy access to the rest of the city, whether you drive or take public transit. A predominantly residential neighbourhood, there are still many businesses conveniently nearby to serve residents.

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A well-developed road system and the South LRT extension running along Lendrum Place’s eastern boundary means residents are more connected than ever to the rest of the city, including Downtown. Even though Lendrum Place is a highly residential neighbourhood, there is plenty of commercial areas nearby. This includes the Southgate Centre mall, and Lendrum Centre, a shopping area with

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McCauley is a mature, residentially dense, central neighbourhood in central Edmonton. This diverse and busy area will surely satisfy your need for action packed days and unique discoveries when it comes to cuisine and shopping.

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McCauley is bound to the north by 111 Avenue/Norwood Boulevard, to the east and south by the LRT line/CNR right-of-way, and to the west by 101 Street. It is a wonderfully quirky neighbourhood with a wide variety of ethnic businesses, especially with Little Italy and Chinatown being within the neighbourhood’s limits. Charming 96 Street is often referred to as “Church Street”, boasting dozens of churches in that area. McCauley is also home to Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium, an

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With a vivid history, a prime location, and plenty of room to grow, Rossdale offers a colourful past and exciting future. Revitalization of Rossdale means new homes and great green spaces. Rossdale’s future is certainly bright.

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Rossdale is home to RE/MAX Field, home of the Edmonton Prospects baseball team since 2012. Bound by the River Valley to the north, the North Saskatchewan River to the south and east, and 106 Street / Bellamy Hill to the West, Rossdale has a great mix of residential areas, natural beauty, and bustling commercial areas.

While there are no schools in the neighbourhood, there are plenty nearby. Rossdale’s community also operates an active website with news, hall rental information,

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Total all residential unit sales in January 2018 in the Edmonton Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) were up 14.23% relative to January 2017. Specifically, across each category when compared to January 2017, single family home unit sales were up 12.85%, condominium unit sales were up 14.41% and duplex/rowhouse unit sales were up 22.08%.

The average single family home unit price increased to $428,750, an increase of 2.89% compared to December 2017 and an increase of 2.20% compared to January 2017. The duplex/rowhouse average unit price was $348,613, which was an increase of 3.44% compared to December 2017 and a decrease of 2.06% relative to January 2017. The condominium average unit price was $227,707, which was a decrease of 3.62%

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